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  • Notice to 2016 graduands

    Graduation marks an important academic milestone. It is an exciting event for the graduands, the university, sponsors, friends and family. The office of DVC academic affairs therefore wishes to announce the GLUK’s forthcoming graduation on 30th June 2016.

    Each 2016 graduand is  therefore requested to go through the notice from the DVC Academic Affairs for other important dates. Click here for notice

     

    Congratulations to the class of 2016!

     


     

  • MEMO TO ALL CONTINUING STUDENTS

     

     


    TO: All Students

    FROM: The Acting Finance Officer

    SUBJECT: Fees during May to August 2016 Semester

    DATE: 20th April 2016

    You are hereby notified that 50% fees should be paid before 31st May 2016 failure to which will lead to an automatic discontinuation from attending lectures.

    You are further advised that you should ensure at all times that you are registered for the semester course units to be billed appropriately.


    Regards,

    Frank Kirwa

     

Origin and Evolution of the Idea

 

Award of Charter

 

The idea of establishing the Great Lakes University of Kisumu originated in the Tropical Institute of Community Health and Development (TICH) in Africa, which spearheaded the application for authority to operate as a university. The establishment of TICH was inspired by a number of sources expressing the need for a formal course in Community Based Health Care leading to a recognized academic qualification. Such a course would be offered by an academic institution that could effectively weave together theoretical, evidence based and practical hands-on analytical skills training into development, conducted in learning sites located in the community, civil society, industry and public institutions. It was thought that an Institute with the freedom to innovate but linked to an established University would be the best base for such a training program.


The Institute was established in 1998 to respond to these challenges and to make a contribution towards the paradigm shift needed for the achievement of sustainable development at various levels particularly in Africa. In this respect, GLUK subscribes to the philosophy of self-propagated development, which is made sustainable through communities' own participation.


The idea has attracted some of the best and most renowned brains in the country to nurture the young University to excellence in the fields of health, development and related disciplines. Their involvement ensures the necessary academic rigor while permitting flexibility and responsiveness required in producing graduates that are problem solvers and job creators.

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